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Former Canfield star Italiano brings brains to KS...
... premier award for community service”) and the All-State American Football Coaches Association Good Works Team (given to student-athletes who best balance academics and athletics...
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Ionia County Infant Mental Health program builds,...
... by building a secure attachment between them and their primary caregiver. The program works not just with the infant or toddler (age 0 to 3) or just with the caregiver. A clinician comes...
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Ionia County Community Mental Health
University of Michigan
Sikhs Mark Anniversary Of Temple Shooting With Co...
... meals to the homeless, reading books to children and cleaning nature trails. Singh, who works for the Manhattan Sikh Association, is organizing a cleanup at Morningside Park in the Harlem...
Read more at The Huffington Post
New York City
Critics blast loophole that forces taxpayers to f...
... of running into burning buildings and saving lives. As president of Austin Firefighters Association/IAFF Local 975, Nicks is office-bound by order of the chief, even though he believes he...
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Austin Fire Department
Mackinac Center for Public Policy
... with various officers and at-large members. The Lee County Economic Develo-pment Office works to attract new and diversified businesses to the area, and improve the overall business...
Read more at Cape Coral Daily Breeze
As power grows, so does generosity
... there are plenty of examples of power abuse, but new research from University of Michigan professor Leigh Tost finds that those in power, in certain situations, actually show more...
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University of Michigan
... from a foster-family gathering at the Lake Callis Recreation Complex in Davison Township, Michigan. Park staff and local police (led by the Davison Township Police Department; assisted...
Read more at The Davison Index
Don't Drink the Water: How Aging Infrastructure I...
... been a lack of investment in water infrastructure,” said Eric Scorsone, an economist at Michigan State University who has followed the case of Flint. “This is a common problem nationally—...
Read more at The Atlantic
Who watches the watchdogs? Candidates for Detroit...
... ad - so non-descript, it would be easy to miss - let readers of the Detroit Legal News and Michigan Chronicle know that the city was hiring for one of the best gigs in town. Affter 41 people...
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Detroit City Council
Bill Clinton sexual harassment accuser launches a...
... women that he hooked up with to ruin them again and again and again and again. That's how it works.' 'I don't see how anybody can respect a woman like that, especially another woman,' Willey...
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STC schools to induct 2015 Hall of Fame recipients
... a threetime varsity player in baseball winning the conference title in 2002. He wrestled at Michigan State University for four years earning a varsity letter at MSU. He graduated from MSU with...
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Central Michigan University
St. Charles High School
3 takeaways from American Great Lakes Ports Assoc...
... the shipping industry came to the Port of Muskegon to talk shop and get a closer look at West Michigan's Port City. The American Great Lakes Ports Association met in Muskegon July 22-23 at...
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‘Beaches and beer’
Brewing beer is booming in Michigan, and Northwest Ottawa County is a big reason why. “Brewing is big business for Michigan,” said Marcie Cisneros, director of the Grand Haven Area Convention and...
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Spring Lake Township
Henry W. Parnass
... president for the Hammermill Paper Co. in Erie, Pennsylvania, and its division in Watervliet, Michigan, after joining the firm in 1956. Before that, Henry worked for seven years in the New York...
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New York City
... had its strongest year ever in 2014, according to statistics from the Robotic Industries Association. Other than automotive, the largest increase is in plastics and rubber at 25 percent....
Read more at Robotics Online
Tourists have been navigating the narrow roads of Northern Michigan’s M-22 since the early 1900s, checking out the beautiful beaches, idyllic farm lands, sweeping sand dunes and the seemingly...
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New association promotes free playing opportuniti...
When Joe Perdue was working in northern Michigan, the Upper Peninsula Golf Association used to have a program that allowed golf course members to play unlimited free golf at any number of courses in...
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Trump has supporters cheering despite hits from m...
... good, bad and ugly,' said Gene Ho, another Trump backer from Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, who works as a professional photographer. Craig Williams, chair of the Carroll County Republicans in...
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Authorities look for solutions amid growing drug ...
... is looking to the community to help combat the growing drug problem in northern Michigan. The most recent large drug bust at Motel 6 on Munson Ave., where nearly $23,000 worth of...
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Traverse City Police Department
Mich. mom says medical pot changed daughter's life
... are doing is giving her medical marijuana." Bella is one of about 150 children in the state of Michigan approved for medical marijuana use. She suffers from a genetic disorder called 1p36...
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